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Evil Dead - Disapearing Dining Room
Watch the sceen right after they make the strawberry margaritas in the blender. Ash stands up and fumbles around atempting a Greek toast. The basement door then slams open and the camera swivles to the left. They run over to see what had happened, and the dinning room is gone for the rest of the movie.
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thrasherboy17 on 04-13-2000
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DB writes:
Given the fact that the whole movie was filmed in one cabin at quite a low budget, there is no way they could have changed the set in such a way as to get rid of the dining room, nor would they have any desire to, my guess is that it just wasn't included in any more shots and it was not needed. Watching it I do see how it looks like it just disappeared.
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Cher writes:
Exactly. Bruce Campbell and Sam Raime made the film themself with an 8mm camera so there is no way they could have afforded to change the set and cut out the dining room completely.
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Cat writes:
Actually, many of the scenes were NOT shot in the cabin, and were shot months later in various people's cellars etc. In fact, I think there was actually no real cellar to that cabin, and the cellar scenes were shot at Sam Raimi's family's house, and the shed was not at the cabin either...I think the shed belonged to the family Rob Tapert (the producer)...or something along those lines. point is that not ALL of the scenes were shot at the cabin.
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